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Animal Zoo Theux: Visit another zoo. And an adventure course. Take a pleasant walk and see animals that you can't find in a normal zoo. Wolf, bear, deer, ... There are toilets and adaptive parking. Going around the zoo was quite difficult, as it was up and down. Therefore, assistance may be required to push the wheelchair. The adventure course is not wheelchair accessible as it is a tree climbing course. But blind and deaf people can take the course with help you have to provide yourself.

  • Languaje Available: French, Dutch
  • Adaptability: 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired
  • Contents: Nature, Science

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Afvaart van de Lesse: Kajakking on the Lesse. You have tours of 12km and 21 km. Assistance need to be foreseen yourself. Due to safety reason they advise not to do with wheelchair users. So there is no assistance for wheelchair users. Public transport has to be taken to the start of the activity. You can rent a double kajak who can not sink. Or a sport kajak. Blind and deaf people are recommended to rent a double not sinkable kajak. Once in the kajak you can enjoy the beauty of the river, the nature, ...

  • Languaje Available: English, Dutch
  • Adaptability: 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired
  • Contents: Outdoor Activity

 Belgium / 110 views

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Lodge, guesthouse: A special need lodge adapted to autism. You can "visit" the house in advance. Videos are uploaded so you can already prospect the house before you arrive. Also an description, guided with pictures, can be download before you arrive. So adaptation is maller once you arrive the venue. Also picture are available of which material you can find on what location. Public transport, travelling by car, ... All explanation is available. The venue is also very stimulus free. It is based in the province Antwerp. On the website you can also find the list of materials availiable in the house and where to find it in the house. So you can start to enjoy your stay the soon you arrive.

  • Languaje Available: English, Dutch
  • Adaptability: 5- Learning difficulties

 Belgium / 116 views

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Watching stars, universum: "Watching the stars, the universe. Parking, elevators, toilets are suitable The MIRA Public Observatory is a non-profit association, founded in 1967 by Father Pieraerts, affiliated with the Monastery. Grimbergen Exhibition with its vast testing space and vast collection of astronomical instruments Over the years, the MIRA Public Observatory has become a real attraction for all interested in what is happening in the Universe Several thousand visitors, both on group visits and during open days or during opening hours for individual visitors The observatory includes an exhibition space and large experiments, it has several multimedia installations and exhibits perhaps the largest collection of astronomical instruments in a Belgian observatory. This also includes two fixed telescope domes, a fixed solar telescope, a complete weather station and a large collection of large and small hand tools. You can also explore these tools by browsing our virtual tour Audioguides All this without a guide? You can of course rely on the explanatory table. But audio guides are available. With recorded voices, these small devices explain what you need to know along the way to visitors (audio guides are available in Dutch or French, but you can get a printed version in English). Older brother).

  • Languaje Available: English, French, Dutch
  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility, 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired, 4- Deaf-Blind
  • Contents: Nature, Science

 Belgium / 108 views

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Groupaccomodation Heibrand: Camphouse, Training facility. It is one of the five training facilities / camphouses of the biggest and the best youth movement in Belgium. All houses are adapted due to the standard of the Flemish government. Accesability is very good. Special rooms are provided for wheelchair user, Ill people, .... In the middle of nature.

  • Languaje Available: English, French, Dutch
  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility, 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired, 4- Deaf-Blind, 5- Learning difficulties
  • Contents: Outdoor Activity

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II World War Museum Museum about WW2. EXPERIENCE ONE OF THE GREATEST BATTLES OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR The Bastogne War Museum offers you a contemporary interactive context of the causes, events and consequences of the Second World War, with a particular emphasis on the Battle of the Bulge. ocated close to the famous Mardasson Memorial, the Bastogne War Museum is the principal memorial dedicated to the Second World War in the Ardennes and Belgium. It offers a particular emphasis on the Battle of the Bulge. The route through the exhibition is punctuated with interactive terminals designed for school students and young people. Guided activities on various themes are available on reservation. Parkings, toilets are available.

  • Languaje Available: English, French, Dutch
  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility
  • Contents: Cultural, Guides

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The history Museum of Bruges History Museum of Bruges is a compilation of 500 years of Bruges history in historic objects Gruuthusemuseum The city palace of the lords of Gruuthuse is now an absolute highlight after a thorough restoration. The gables look magnificent. Renovated halls, a new museum concept, and special collection items are just waiting to be rediscovered. With a disability With a physical impairment The Gruuthusemuseum is a three-storey historical monument without elevator. There are small level differences between the rooms. Therefore, the museum is less suitable for visitors with a physical impairment. In the Museum of History of Bruges with a visual impairment Visually impaired visitors and assistance dogs can also experience difficulties. We recommend that blind and visually impaired people come with an accompanying person. The square in front of the museum is laid out in cobbles, but a comfort strip has been laid out around it. On the site you will find a tactile plan to help you find your way. From the bus stop Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk, follow the guide line in front of the bus stop until you reach the wall of the church grounds. Turn left. After about 40 metres, the wall will stop and you will reach the entrance to the Gruuthuse site on your right. You need to cross the path for further guidance at the edge of the mosaic tiles on the left-hand side of the path. If you follow the path further, you will reach the corner of the sanitary building. Opposite the path on the right is the entrance to the reception pavilion where the ticket office is located. In the pavilion, guide lines lead from the right of the door directly to the ticket office. To reach the museum, you can follow the accessible and flat path around the square up to the entrance steps of the museum. In the museum you can ask for an audioguide with descriptive texts, made especially for visitors with visual impairments. In the museum, several 'feel points' are integrated. Real materials or replicas that you can touch clarify the story behind the work of art or the room. With a hearing impairment The museum pavilion is equipped with an audio induction loop. In het museum you make use of a tablet showing the tour in International Sign Language.

  • Languaje Available: English, French, Spanish, Dutch
  • Adaptability: 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired, 4- Deaf-Blind, 5- Learning difficulties
  • Contents: Cultural

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Belfort Mechelen: Not wheelchair accesible. Visual impared have special things they can do. For people who walk bad it is not recommended to climb the tower. But they can do it trough a virtuatour/mechelen360. There is a wooden maquette you can touch and feel. Outside the cathedral there is also a bronze statue you can touch and feel Climb St. Rumbold’s Tower: there is no better way to discover the city than with your head in the clouds. St. Rumbold’s Tower offers an all-in-one unique experience. The skywalk around this 97-metre tall tower and the climb up to it are simply amazing. Check the visitor’s guide to take a ramble through the amazing history of St. Rumbold’s Tower, with plenty of interesting facts and loads of fun activities for children. You may even run into the tower guard or the city carillonneur as you make your way up or down the stairs. A great way to see, feel and experience the city, from the top of this stately belfry.

  • Languaje Available: English, Dutch
  • Adaptability: 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired
  • Contents: Cultural, Monuments

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Holocaust museum In the Holocaust Museum we give priority to all museum visitors, regardless of physical, hearing or visual impairment For visitors with less mobility Thanks there is a wide corridor and elevator of the memorial and from the museum the whole circuit is fully accessible Wheelchair accessible toilets are located on floors -1 and 3. Folding seats are available on each floor We have a number of wheelchairs that you can use for free. You can make a reservation by sending an e-mail to Reservaties@kazernedossin.eu (minimum five days in advance). If you need assistance, please ask one of our front desk staff who will be happy to assist you. The security fence at the entrance to the museum is 82 cm wide. If needed, you can use the door next to them. For visually impaired visitors Guide dogs are welcome in museums and memorials. If you are taking a guided tour, please let our guide know in advance. He will take your visual impairment into account when conducting the tour. For deaf guests You can watch an introductory movie with subtitles (NL-FR-ENG). Ask an employee for more information. If you are taking a guided tour, please let our guide know in advance. He will take your hearing impairment into account when conducting the tour. The text of the museum's gallery is easy to read. Most personal stories and movie clips have subtitles. Memorial and Museum No less than 25, 90 Jews and 353 Roma were expelled from the Dossin barracks in Mechelen during the Second World War. Most never return. Today, their families can find solace in a peaceful and intimate memorial in the old barracks. There, they'll hear names read and they can find photos of loved ones and uncover evidence of their final days. Opposite the old barracks is the Museum of Human Rights and the Holocaust. The museum tells the story of the Dossin barracks and invites visitors to reflect on human rights today. "

  • Languaje Available: English, French, Dutch
  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility, 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired
  • Contents: Cultural

 Belgium / 98 views

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Old castle of Gent:  Accessibility Historische Huizen Gent tells its story to a diverse and wide audience, including, of course, people with disabilities as well as those who provide assistance to the disabled. This is why we have deliberately chosen to bet on accessibility, by investing in dedicated services on the one hand and a tailored offer on the other. Table of Contents Deaf and Hard of Hearing for People with Autonomous Wheelchairs Europe Deaf and Hard of Hearing Autism Travel outlines a visual, step-by-step plan to prepare for your visit to Château des Comtes. This free package can also be downloaded online from this link. Wheelchair users Unfortunately, the Château des Comtes is not wheelchair accessible. Our castle has more than 80 steps, with four narrow spiral staircases connecting the floors. The rooms and vaults that you can visit are located in the depths or towers of the castle, but not on the ground floor. Service dogs Château des Comtes welcomes service dogs. European Disability Card Historische Huizen Gent is a partner in the European Disability Card project. This pass allows the person accompanying you to enter for free.

  • Languaje Available: English, French, Dutch
  • Adaptability: 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired, 4- Deaf-Blind, 5- Learning difficulties
  • Contents: Art, Cultural

 Belgium / 109 views

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